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'A terrible, terrible thing': NASA said India's satellite destruction created so much space junk it now threatens the safety of the Int

 
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fucking idiots, well maybe its a good thing..

microsoft and their partners just launched what about 1000 5G satellites.

Maybe India just did us a favor?
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The intellectual capacity of the typical Indian:



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LOL
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The intellectual capacity of the typical Indian:



:Indianschoolbus:
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What the hell is this?! What's the matter with those people my gosh!
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They shit in the streets in India and now they shit in space...fuck India
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Amen
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It would not take much for any rogue nation to halt human space exploration for ever.
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a handful of sand would do it
The solution to most problems is generally close at hand.
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It would not take much for any rogue nation to halt human space exploration for ever.
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alien11starwars Its so ridiculous on the face of it that they even were able to do this. Meanwhile, their population is starving.
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Ed Dames tried to warn about the astronauts having to leave the space station unexpectedly, and many said he was a kook.
The solution to most problems is generally close at hand.
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No Indians fucking shit up? I never would have believed that. Is there a NASA support line we can call?
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There is. . .

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They shit in the streets in India and now they shit in space...fuck India
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Re. shithole country, they actually have campaigns to stop doing that everywhere in India:
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We forget the "golden rule" to treat others as we would have them treat us. Bridenstine is being two-faced here. The USA has blown up satellites in the past - so it is ok for the USA to do it, but not India. I am all for blowing up satellites in orbit because that makes it harder for humans to get off the planet. We have no business being out there because we can't even care for this planet - why should we have access to others. From Wikipedia:

satellite
In characterizing the problem of space debris, it was learned that much debris was due to rocket upper stages (e.g. the Inertial Upper Stage) which end up in orbit, and break up due to decomposition of unvented unburned fuel.[36] However, a major known impact event involved an (intact) Ariane booster.[37] Although NASA and the United States Air Force now require upper-stage passivation, other launchers[vague] do not. Lower stages, like the Space Shuttle's solid rocket boosters or Apollo program's Saturn IB launch vehicles, do not reach orbit.[38]

On 11 March 2000 a Chinese Long March 4 CBERS-1 upper stage exploded in orbit, creating a debris cloud.[39][40] A Russian Briz-M booster stage exploded in orbit over South Australia on 19 February 2007. Launched on 28 February 2006 carrying an Arabsat-4A communications satellite, it malfunctioned before it could use up its propellant. Although the explosion was captured on film by astronomers, due to the orbit path the debris cloud has been difficult to measure with radar. By 21 February 2007, over 1,000 fragments were identified.[41][42] A 14 February 2007 breakup was recorded by Celestrak.[43] Eight breakups occurred in 2006, the most since 1993.[44] Another Briz-M broke up on 16 October 2012 after a failed 6 August Proton-M launch. The amount and size of the debris was unknown.[45] A Long March 7 rocket booster created a fireball visible from portions of Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Idaho and California on the evening of 27 July 2016; its disintegration was widely reported on social media.[46]

Weapons[edit]
A past debris source was the testing of anti-satellite weapons (ASATs) by the U.S. and Soviet Union during the 1960s and 1970s. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) files only contained data for Soviet tests, and debris from U.S. tests were only identified later.[47] By the time the debris problem was understood, widespread ASAT testing had ended; the U.S. Program 437 was shut down in 1975.[48]

The U.S. restarted their ASAT programs in the 1980s with the Vought ASM-135 ASAT. A 1985 test destroyed a 1-tonne (2,200 lb) satellite orbiting at 525 km (326 mi), creating thousands of debris larger than 1 cm (0.39 in). Due to the altitude, atmospheric drag decayed the orbit of most debris within a decade. A de facto moratorium followed the test.[49]

Simulation of Earth from space, with orbit planes in red
Known orbit planes of Fengyun-1C debris one month after the weather satellite's disintegration by the Chinese ASAT
China's government was condemned for the military implications and the amount of debris from the 2007 anti-satellite missile test,[50] the largest single space debris incident in history (creating over 2,300 pieces golf-ball size or larger, over 35,000 1 cm (0.4 in) or larger, and one million pieces 1 mm (0.04 in) or larger). The target satellite orbited between 850 km (530 mi) and 882 km (548 mi), the portion of near-Earth space most densely populated with satellites.[51] Since atmospheric drag is low at that altitude the debris is slow to return to Earth, and in June 2007 NASA's Terra environmental spacecraft maneuvered to avoid impact from the debris.[52]

On 20 February 2008, the U.S. launched an SM-3 missile from the USS Lake Erie to destroy a defective U.S. spy satellite thought to be carrying 450 kg (1,000 lb) of toxic hydrazine propellant. The event occurred at about 250 km (155 mi), and the resulting debris has a perigee of 250 km (155 mi) or lower.[53] The missile was aimed to minimize the amount of debris, which (according to Pentagon Strategic Command chief Kevin Chilton) had decayed by early 2009.[54]
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bsflag

State run space agencies spread the lies. They can’t even leave the atmosphere

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fucking idiots, well maybe its a good thing..

microsoft and their partners just launched what about 1000 5G satellites.

Maybe India just did us a favor?
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Not to mention space smells now. Thanks India.
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An imaginary Indian satellite and the bogus ISS space station...what a bullshit story. 56 million a day is not enough for greedy nazi NASA?
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let's get some action going on out there in Space!
and India kicks it off.

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NASA is calling India's destruction of a satellite last week a "terrible, terrible thing" and says the space debris created by the explosion should be considered a threat to the International Space Station and the astronauts on board.

India intentionally destroyed one of its satellites with a missile last week, a move Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed as one that established India "as a space power."

But NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told employees on Monday that it posed an "unacceptable" threat to astronauts on board the ISS.

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So they treat space like their fresh water supply sources?
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Meanwhile in Africa...





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I had always wondered if my weedwacker motor had enough power to get me airborne. Now I know.
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There is no ISS 'in space' with people on it, just nasa nonsense.
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Wrong.



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Someone on this forum called this last week. They said NASA would use the debris as an excuse to abandon the space station in the near future.
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The ISS fake-station is becoming a liability, with so many exposes of its fakery.

That was a good call.

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It would not take much for any rogue nation to halt human space exploration for ever.

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Launch a few rockets filled with BBs and detonate them in space.
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NASA is calling India's destruction of a satellite last week a "terrible, terrible thing" and says the space debris created by the explosion should be considered a threat to the International Space Station and the astronauts on board.

India intentionally destroyed one of its satellites with a missile last week, a move Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed as one that established India "as a space power."

But NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told employees on Monday that it posed an "unacceptable" threat to astronauts on board the ISS.

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 Quoting: HAWK-03


Sue them for loss of the International Space Station and all that goes with it, and for loss of experiments, cost to rebuild and lost data over period that replacement will takeplus interest.
Should completly bankrupt them and hold their economic growth off for several decades.

Ban them from any satalite or launches into or above orbit.
if they attemp to launch take out the vehicle and launch facility.
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There is no ISS 'in space' with people on it, just nasa nonsense.
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Wrong.



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Astro, can you address the accusation that "The USA also blows up things in Space"? Do these debris pose a threat to satellites?
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India not only shitting on the streets, now also shitting up space.

Way to go Shit nation!
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NASA is calling India's destruction of a satellite last week a "terrible, terrible thing" and says the space debris created by the explosion should be considered a threat to the International Space Station and the astronauts on board.

India intentionally destroyed one of its satellites with a missile last week, a move Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed as one that established India "as a space power."

But NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told employees on Monday that it posed an "unacceptable" threat to astronauts on board the ISS.

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So they treat space like their fresh water supply sources?
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And their DESIGNATED SHITTING STREETS.

And their railroads:

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Only a few people create space junk and most of them live in L.A. and they no longer suspend my disbelief.
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US trying to police even the space,no wonder why everyone out of borders hate us.
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Oh look it's the anti white guy.
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I said from the start. India is now in an elite club of IDIOTS who have blown up in orbit satellites. They actually think they're in some special club of elite space powers now. It's a terrible thing.
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They also think they're something special from making that piece of shit car brand they make.

India is like King Midas but instead of making gold everything they touch turn to shit.
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I wouldnt mind a bit if all of that shit in orbit was destroyed. Once it starts colliding more and more junk will take out more and more satellites until there is no way to orbit a satellite without it being destroyed. End result, a better , safer world
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There is no ISS 'in space' with people on it, just nasa nonsense.
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Wrong.
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Astro, can you address the accusation that "The USA also blows up things in Space"? Do these debris pose a threat to satellites?
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Interesting article about space debris producers: [link to www.rt.com (secure)]

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